Brock Lesnar vs. JDS: TUF 13 on Spike TV—And There Goes My Sympathy
At first you kind of feel for Len Bentley because you can understand where he's coming from—if I were asked into that room, I'm not sure I'd wow Dana White and the coaches with my enthusiasm, either. Even if I really wanted the second chance, I'm just not that effusive a person.
Granted, you must believe Len watched a few of the previous TUF seasons and anyone who saw those knows Dana likes to hear and see that a defeated fighter wants that second swipe at the brass ring.
Either way, Bentley keeps wailing about how much better he was than everyone else and how much harder he fought and how he sincerely believes nobody deserved the wild card more than he and on and on. It's ENOUGH already.
As one castmate pointed out, those are Bentley's opinions and severely compromised ones at that considering his overwhelming bias toward the awesomeness that is Len Bentley.
The breaking point for me came when he told Chuck O'Neil that he didn't deserve the wild card even though Chuck was Len's "boy." Uh...sure about that Lenny? Because that requires reciprocation and I'm not sure Cold Steel is a fan.
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